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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishprogrammablepro‧gram‧ma‧ble /ˈprəʊɡræməbəl $ ˈproʊ-/ adjective  TDable to be controlled by a computer or an electronic program a programmable heating system
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programmableOracle7 provides two types of gateways to non-Oracle data: automatic and programmable.A 54-PE programmable chip whose weights can be changed by an external program is also being tested.The association defines a robot as a programmable device used either to manipulate or transport objects in a manufacturing process.This has created the need for a highly integrated network of computer systems and programmable logic controllers.It also gets licences to 22V10-type programmable logic devices and Am9116 16-bit bit-slices.Mr Alger cites Altera, a maker of programmable logic devices, as a tech issue he continues to love.Buy a programmable thermostat that will turn your heating system on and off according to your schedule.